1971 – 3RD WORLD TOURNAMENT (Kingston, Jam)

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    Interestingly, the 1971 World Tournament actually began in 1970. It was won by Australia who beat New Zealand 48-42 in the decisive match.

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    1st – AUSTRALIA
    DELANEY, Terese
    GOLLAN, Margaret
    GOLLAN, Stella
    MERILLO, Elsma
    PYATT, Ricky
    ROUTLEY, Noela
    SIDEBOTTOM, Cheryl
    SIMPER, Annette
    WALKER, Anne
    WALSH, Gaye (Captain)
    Coach: Wilma Shakespear

    2nd – NEW ZEALAND
    HARNETT, Joan (Captain)
    KING, Nancy
    LANGROPE, Shirley
    MAIR, Lorraine
    MCKAY, Olwyn
    NORMAN, Sandra
    PALMER, Coral
    VERCOE, Tilly
    WALKER, Brenda
    WEBSTER, Frances
    Coach: Taini Jamison

    3rd – ENGLAND
    DAY, Judi
    DEWHURST, Sally
    DUDGEON, Pat
    HEATH, Judy
    HICKEY, Cathy
    KELLY, Elizabeth
    MILES, Anne (captain)
    PERCY, Carol
    REES, Rita
    SCOVELL, Linda
    SMITH, Eunice
    WATSON, Pat
    Coach: Mary French

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    COMPETITION FORMAT:
    9 teams playing each other round robin.

    Australia’s matches:
    Aust 47 v Jamaica 21
    Aust 70 v Northern Ireland 9
    Aust 96 v Bahamas 4
    Aust 43 v Trinidad & Tobago 27
    Aust 71 v Scotland 16
    Aust 87 v Wales 8
    Aust 38 v England 37
    Aust 48 v New Zealand 42
    (8 wins, 0 losses)

    New Zealand’s matches:
    NZ 61 v Scotland 17
    NZ 90 v Northern Ireland 12
    NZ 108 v Bahamas 10
    NZ 42 v England 40
    NZ 83 v Wales 21
    NZ 47 v Trinidad & Tobago 33
    NZ 52 v Jamaica 32
    NZ 42 v Australia 48
    (7 wins, 1 loss)

    England’s matches:
    Eng 61 v Trinidad & Tobago 27
    Eng 88 v Bahamas 7
    Eng 44 v Jamaica 30
    Eng 40 v New Zealand 42
    Eng 94 v Northern Ireland 13
    Eng 37 v Australia 38
    Eng 72 v Wales 12
    Eng 76 v Scotland 10
    (6 wins, 2 losses)

    FINAL PLACINGS:

    1. AUSTRALIA – 16pts
    2. New Zealand – 14pts
    3. England – 12pts

    4. Jamaica – 9pts
    4. Trinidad & Tobago – 9pts
    6. Scotland – 6pts
    7. Wales – 4pts
    8. Northern Ireland – 2pts
    9. Bahamas – 0pts

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    From ournetballhistory.org.uk

    Opening ceremony

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    England team

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    Beating the ‘old’ enemy felt satisfying for Aussies http://netball.com.au/beating-the-old-enemy-felt-satisfying-for-aussies/

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    Profile of Australian captain Gaye Teede (Walsh)… http://wais.org.au/other/hoc_detail.php?id=51

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